In his career Walter Sickert drew and painted very few still-life subjects. In 1919 and 1920, however, he undertook a series of still lifes at his home in Envermeu in northern France, including Roquefort c.1919–20 (Tate N03847). Sickert used an account book to draw this still-life, as he had done in A Café-Bar, Dieppe c.1914 (TGA 8120/3/1).
Helena Bonett September 2010
How to cite
Walter Richard Sickert, A Still Life on a Kitchen Table, Envermeu, c.1919-20, in Helena Bonett, Ysanne Holt, Jennifer Mundy (eds.), The Camden Town Group in Context, Tate Research Publication, May 2012, https://www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/camden-town-group/walter-richard-sickert-a-still-life-on-a-kitchen-table-envermeu-r1104631, accessed 22 January 2021.